Josh Rosen trade rumors: Arizona Cardinals quarterback 'is going to get moved'

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Josh Rosen is "going to get moved" by the Arizona Cardinals, at least that's the belief of Fox Sports analyst Joel Klatt.

Klatt, a former quarterback, joined Fox's "The Undisputed" on FS1 on Wednesday to share his thoughts on the Cardinals' quarterback situation.

"There are 3 teams that I have heard and I know are very interested in Josh Rosen and that's New England, that's the New York Giants, and that's the L.A. Chargers," Klatt said on the segment with Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe. "One of those have already offered a 2nd-round pick."

Skip Bayless then shared his thoughts: "It better not be New England," he said. "Josh Rosen would be a disaster in New England. A disaster."

Klatt continued: "Those are the three teams that have expressed some interest. There is one of those that has offered firmly a second round pick for Josh Rosen. Arizona is waiting for a first. I don't think they'll get it, but right now there is a second round pick on the table. 

"He's going to get moved, but what's the price? I think they are kind of waiting for the timing and ultimately what is that second-round pick, but I don't think they are going to get a first for him." 

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Rumors continue to run rampant about Josh Rosen's future.

Arizona could take former Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray with the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NFL draft, which would make Rosen, the team's first round pick a year ago, possibly available in a trade.

More Josh Rosen trade speculation:

SNY: Giants discussing Josh Rosen as 'rumors' swirl around Cardinals' plans

Ralph Vacchiano wrote Wednesday that "the Giants are planning to investigate every possible option when it comes to finding their Quarterback of the Future, and that includes a potential trade for Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen."

ESPN: Giants drafting a QB at No. 6 seems unlikely

Jordan Raanan writes: "The other outside possibility for Manning's successor is Arizona's Josh Rosen. The belief is that he could become available for a reasonable price (likely for a pick in the second-round range) if the Cardinals are set to take Oklahoma's Kyler Murray with the No. 1 overall selection. But though the Giants are willing to consider Rosen, it remains unlikely they move in that direction after passing on him last year." Giants to pursue Josh Rosen blockbuster deal with Arizona Cardinals? Why it makes sense

Matt Lombardo writes: "Trading for Rosen would allow Giants general manager Dave Gettleman to replicate the Kansas City Chiefs model of developing a young quarterback behind a veteran while also freeing up the No. 6 pick to take the best player available. However, the Cardinals might not even deal Rosen, especially after head coach Kliff Kingsbury praised the second-year quarterback this week."

CBS Sports: Will Cardinals really draft Kyler Murray No. 1 and dump Josh Rosen? Seems crazy, but NFL's changing

Pete Prisco writes: "Would I dump Rosen and take Murray? No way, but I am intrigued by the way Murray throws the football. Even so, the idea of him being the first-overall pick would have been considered lunacy 10-20 years ago."

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